By John Lloyd @JohnHLloydIII on March 18, 2014
In coach Steve Alford’s inaugural season, the UCLA Bruins are sitting pretty as a No. 4 seed in a winnable South Region. The Bruins bring forth a high-octane offense that features a 6-foot-9 point guard and shooters galore. If they can get stops when they need them the most in crunch time, this UCLA team could make a deeper run than most people might think.
The coach’s kid has impressed the Pac-12 with his shooting stroke this season, including a 31-point coming-out party against the Ducks. Alford is a ball-handling shooter who is young and could stay around.
The bench igniter is averaging 10 points per game. However, his role will only be that unless he can learn how to defend. He is also the team's best NBA prospect.
The Wear twins have become quite the role players in coach Alford’s zone, giving him length and quickness at the four and sweet shooting on the offensive end.
The best scorer on the team is Adams, who provides a slashing type of game to his arsenal. He’s improved his isolation game, scoring 17 points per game to lead the team.
Having a nickname like “Slo-Mo” probably does not describe Anderson at all. He leads the team in rebounds and assists and is second in scoring. He’s also improved his vision and shooting ability,
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